Category: Chapel Hill

Wegmans Chapel Hill prepares for February 24 opening

Chapel Hill, NC – – Opening Wednesday, February 24 at 9 a.m., Wegmans Chapel Hill, located on 1810 Fordham Road, is hosting a hiring event on January 14 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for roughly 120 remaining part-time positions.…

2020-21 NCHSAA volleyball championship brackets finalized

Chapel Hill, NC – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) finalized and released the playoff brackets for the 2020-2021 Volleyball Championships. The tournament will have four classifications of play with five playoff rounds each. All classifications will field…

One on One: A public intellectual steps down

By D.G. Martin Chapel Hill, NC – One of North Carolina’s important public intellectuals has stepped down. What is a public intellectual and who stepped down? One definition of the word from Collins Dictionary is “an intellectual, often a noted specialist in a…

One on One: Rudolph’s little brother

By D.G. Martin Chapel Hill, NC – I know Rudolph’s little brother. And now that Rudolph and the other reindeer are safely back at the North Pole, I can tell you the mostly unknown story of where the Rudolph tale…

One on One: The college sports we want to save

By D.G. Martin Chapel Hill, NC – Is the U.S. Supreme Court going to put college athletics out of business? Last week it agreed to decide whether the NCAA’s limits on compensating college athletes violate antitrust laws. Or is it…

One on One: Jim Crow is still alive in North Carolina

By D.G. Martin Chapel Hill, NC – Unbelievable when you think about it, how North Carolina maintained its segregated and discriminatory racial system for such a long time. The remnants  of what is commonly called “Jim Crow” are still with…